book review, review, romance

Sharpshooter In Petticoats by Mary Connealy

Mandy McClellen Grey, has become the focus of a feud thanks to her husband, who made this mess and then died. Far from home, Mandy, the best little rifle woman in the west, has resigned herself to a lonely life under siege rather than call for help and endanger her family.
Tom Linscott is fed up with waiting for Mandy who should have had the sense to come to him as soon as she finished burying her worthless husband. In fact he’d’ve come fast enough to dig the hole if she’d’ve sent for him. He goes to round up his little woman and buys into a heap of trouble from a whole clan of outlaws.
Between Mandy’s deadly skill with her rifle, her determination to not bring trouble down on someone she loves, and an ever growing crowd of varmints who want to bury everyone named Grey—and anyone who sides with them, Tom may not survive getting himself hitched.
My thoughts:
Mary Connealy writes such adventurous and fun stories that suck me in from the get-go. She is so good at starting off her books with action that hooks me fast and keeps me turning the page throughout the book. 

There are many characters from her previous books in Sharpshooter, which I enjoyed seeing again, and Mary’s ability to weave these characters in while staying focused on the main plot is truly amazing. 

Both Mandy and Tom are stubborn people who butt heads from the very beginning of the story, but their chemistry together is sizzling and makes for some great scenes! Sigh…I love a strong hero who can be gentle in his dealings with the woman he loves. 

This is another great book from Mary Connealy and you won’t be disappointed! Well, maybe disappointed in that it is the last in this series, but I’m sure she has upcoming books that 
will knock our boots off!

You can purchase Sharpshooter in Petticoats HERE.

*This galley book was provided by Barbour Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for posting my honest review of the book.

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